It's an easily customizable system control panel. It comes with a tray icon to show the panel if it's hidden.
It's written in C++ based on Qt5.
It could serve as a demo on how to use tray icons and how to run shell commands with the
Example configuration file
# This is a comment line. # Columns are separated with a tab: # - Button caption # - Primary button shell command # - Shell command to determine button visibility (default: always visible) # - Flag to indicate if the window should be hidden after clicking the button # (0 or 1; default: 0 -> window is not hidden) # Trailing columns can be omitted. # Don't forget the trailing "&" in the primary command # to run a command in background. # :quit and :close are special commands. Herunterfahren xmessage shutdown -h now & true Tastatur florence & true 0 Netzwerk nm-connection-editor & true 1 Fernwartung aktivieren xmessage autossh ... ! ps -C autossh Fernwartung deaktivieren florence & ps -C autossh Invisible xmessage hallo & false Schließen :close Beenden :quit
Required packages (on Debian):
qt5-default qt5-qmake # included in qt5-default?
This is my first Qt project and it's years ago that I programmed in C++.
So maybe I use pointers vs. references inconsistently.
Probably there are some variables, parameters, or methods that should better be
Maybe I forgot to
delete some objects (unsure what Qt deletes for me).
And the design is still evolving :)